Stagnant 95% Statistic / by Kerri
It’s devastating. Ninety-five percent of all businesses never achieve their goals for the business and beyond, not to mention the long-term financial expectations for their families. This 95% statistic is widely accepted as an unchangeable fact and “the risk of doing business.”
I can’t understand why it is still the accepted norm. Just like you confront and address every other risk you face in business, why not illuminate this gap, address it and fix it. I want to help you minimize the risk and overcome this statistical barrier to your success, to fulfill your dreams.
The core causes of this problem have been around since you launched your business. The solutions aren’t easy but they are so inexpensive that you can afford to implement every one and still stay within your budget. The key is, that we must reveals the flaws of businesses today and owners’ biggest self-imposed barriers.
The solution I present is a system that builds a strong foundation for your business, whether:
- You are just starting out, or you’ve been in business a while
- You have a team or no team
- You have revenues less than $100K or more than $10M
- You are on a fast-track to be acquired or want to cash out to pursue your reinvention
When you systematize your entire enterprise for long-term results, it will transform your business and your life. You will gain time, control, freedom and flexibility all while the business prospers, grows and breaks through to achieve new heights of success you didn’t dare dream of – until now. Everything you do to accelerate growth and maximize value makes the business more buyer ready and buyer attractive.
If you are in business delivering product, content or services, then you have a few options to grow your business exponentially. Simplistically, your choices are to:
- increase the number of clients
- increase the volume you sell/client
- increase prices
- decrease costs
- or a combination of these four
When you take action to build a sale-able business, you join the 5% who successfully complete the transaction and transition to their reinvention.